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Build 17639 comes with In-place upgrades, Storage Migration Service and Storage Replica features.
Windows Server 2019 will be generally available in the second half of calendar year 2018.
Microsoft adds six more months of additional support to recent Windows 10 releases, cuts on Office support.
Windows 10 Redstone 4 test build 17083 adds Timeline, also removed Sets.
Windows Server build 17035 first preview build of next Semi-Annual Channel release, Plus Project Honolulu Technical Preview 1711 build 01003 released to Windows Insiders.
Switch from Windows 10 S to Windows 10 Pro free until March 31, 2018. New Windows Server Insider Preview Build 16278, SDK Preview 16278 and Mobile Emulator 15240 released.
As of development cycle, Fall Creators Update now focuses on stabilization for ‘release to the world.’ Windows Server Insider Build 16267, SDK Build 16267 /Mobile Emulator Build 15240.
Windows Subsystem for Linux along with a compliment Linux distributions, new Windows 10 SDK Preview Build 16257, Mobile Emulator Build 15235 released.
ACI delivering containers with great simplicity and speed and without any Virtual Machine infrastructure to manage, more cloud releases.
Azure Analysis Services web designer is now in preview and adds capabilities to queries, model creation and model editing.
First Insider preview of upcoming Sep 2017 feature update to Windows Server 2016 build 16237, latest Windows 10 Fall Creators Update for PC & Mobile with Mixed Reality support.
New Intune and Conditional Access capabilities generally available in Azure portal, Plus Azure Storage Service Encryption with Customer Managed Keys in limited preview.
A Windows Server 2016 version of Microsoft Azure Data Science Virtual Machine (DSVM) is launched.
Microsoft Cloud accelerate compliance with EU’s GDPR, Azure AD PIM AW in public preview, Azure IoT Suite now connect to Cisco Fog Deployments, and new 400/200GB caches available on Azure Analysis Services.
Remotely manage Windows Servers 2016 with ease using Server Management Tools, and an overview of Windows as a service.